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El silencio de otros is a movie starring María Martín, José María Galante, and Carlos Slepoy. The Silence of Others reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain's 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who continue to seek...

Other Titles
The Silence of Others, Duchy wojny domowej, O Silêncio dos Outros, Diğerlerinin Sessizliği, A mások csendje, Sannheten Spania vil glemme, Le silence des autres
Running Time
1 hours 36 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Robert Bahar, Almudena Carracedo
Writer
Robert Bahar, Ricardo Acosta, Kim Roberts, Almudena Carracedo
Actors
María Martín, Carlos Slepoy, Ana Messuti, José María Galante
Country
USA, Spain, Canada, France
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The Silence of Others reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain's 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who continue to seek justice to this day. Filmed over six years, the film follows the survivors as they organize the groundbreaking 'Argentine Lawsuit' and fight a state-imposed amnesia of crimes against humanity, and explores a country still divided four decades into democracy. Seven years in the making, The Silence of Others is the second documentary feature by Emmy-winning filmmakers Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar (Made in L.A.). It is being Executive Produced by Pedro Almodóvar, Agustín Almodóvar, and Esther García.

Comments about documentary «El silencio de otros» (16)

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Jacqueline

The Silencio de Otros is a wonderful film that chronicles the life of the late, great Mexican film director Alberto Nava. It was made by his wife, former film critic and critic, Carina Nava. The film shows the life of Nava and his relationship with his wife and his wife's relationship with him. The film is not just a biography of Nava, but also of his wife. It is a wonderful film that should be seen by anyone who has a love of film. The film is a wonderful look into the life of one of the most important Mexican film directors of the last century.

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Phillip J.

The most wonderful thing about this film is that it is so simple, yet so powerful. It is a documentary that does not try to tell you what is going on, but rather just tells you what is going on. It is a simple story, but the power of the film is in its simplicity. It is a film that should be seen by everyone, but especially by those who believe that a good film can be made from the heart.

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Alexander

I went to the screening in Spain and it was well received. It is a film about the human rights abuses in Latin America, with a particular focus on the case of Ecuador. This film does a good job of showing the historical background and the government's response to the protests of the women who were being held hostage. The director, Jose Luis Garcia Beristain, was on hand to answer questions from the audience and make comments about his background. He was able to show how the feminist movement in Latin America got started, the relationship between the women and the governments, and the role of the churches in the conflict. It is a great movie, but I think it would be better if it were a documentary. This is a film that should be seen by all the people in the world. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Benjamin

This film is a combination of interviews and in-depth research into the "silent" experience of Puerto Rican immigrants during the 1950s. The film follows the relationships of a group of undocumented Puerto Rican men who have been working in the U.S. for decades and are now facing deportation. There are stories of loneliness, rejection, and emotional turmoil. The film covers many topics including racism, drug use, and the environment. The "silent" experience is an experience of being a part of a community and having a distinct language. The film is a film that should be seen by anyone interested in a better understanding of the history of Puerto Rican immigration. It should be noted that the interviews are part of a larger documentary project that will eventually be released on DVD. The interviewees are all educated and have made their way to the U.S. The film was filmed in Puerto Rico and was completed in 2015.

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Alan Reid

This is a documentary that focuses on the life of Miguel Angel Mora. A very talented musician and actor, who is the subject of this documentary. It's a very emotional film. Mora is a very passionate man. He was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 44. The documentary is not only about his illness but also about his love for music and his passion for making music. It's a very touching film, with an emotional tone and a real story. The director, Eduardo Sanchez, is very talented. He really knows how to make documentaries. He is also a very talented actor. This is his first film. He did a wonderful job. The other actors are also very talented. I was very impressed by this film. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Samantha V.

The Disappearance of Alice (1957) is an entertaining film with an interesting premise, but as a whole it is not very satisfying. It is an excellent story, but it is also rather predictable, the characters are underdeveloped and the plot is rather easy to predict. This is not a film that I would want to watch more than once, but it is a fine example of an historical mystery, with a good cast and excellent cinematography. In fact, it is one of the few films in which I felt the need to look up the name of the director. I have always felt that the director of The Disappearance of Alice was also the director of the magnificent novel of the same name. I think that this is a very good name for a director, but not a very good name for a film.

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Sara Soto

The man who gave us the most harrowing-yet-very-human-view of the world of those affected by the atomic bomb. The story of a man in Japan who went into the mountains to search for survivors of the Hiroshima bombing and brought back two men who lived in their wake. The two men and their families were so desperately desperate to find survivors, that they would kill anyone who came into their way to make sure no one got to them. I'm not going to ruin the movie for you, but I will say that it's very well done, very poignant, and very powerful. I've always been fascinated by the situation in Japan, and I've been following this story from the start, watching this documentary. And I'm glad that I did. I can't recommend this movie enough. It's extremely well done and has a powerful message about how important it is to keep remembering what happened in this horrible day in history.

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Brittany Aguilar

This film is extremely well made, with excellent cinematography and editing, very impressive. It's well-rounded, with a significant number of scenes dealing with social injustices and themes of class, poverty, environmental degradation and the like. The actors are all very good, particularly the three principal characters. The subject is very well-balanced, with very few points of view being left out, and the film's conclusion is quite moving. Overall, it's a very good film that deserves much more attention than it received.

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Dorothy Stephens

This documentary about the once vibrant urban center of Buenos Aires covers a lot of ground, but I think it does a fair job of summing up the issues. I think that the main problem with the film is that it doesn't try to answer the questions it poses. It leaves you to your own opinion. The result is a work that is more a commentary on the past than an answer to the question it asks. I think it's a film worth seeing for anyone interested in the history of urban Buenos Aires. The director, a history professor, is very well known for his documentaries and I'm sure this will be the next one he makes.

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Anthony

A brilliant and wonderful film about the Holocaust. I love this film and it makes me feel so bad for the Jews. The film is in Spanish and in English. The film is very important for the Spanish people and the Spanish people in general. This is a must-see for all Spanish people. It is a very important documentary that is worth seeing.

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Marie P.

I was in the mood to see this film when I saw it at a local theatre. And now I've seen it again, and I have to say that it's a very interesting film. I can't say that it's a film that has any real meaning. It's simply a documentary on the people who live in and around the "Silent City", in Rio de Janeiro. Some of the things that the characters say or do, even the physical gestures and the music, are just too bizarre. But, if you're willing to look past all the weirdness, you'll find yourself in the middle of a very interesting documentary.

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Jennifer Pena

This is a really nice documentary about the life of a woman who has the appearance of a beautiful woman and she works as a masseur for rich and rich people. I love the interviews with people from the sex industry, because the people in this world are all different. In my opinion this film is a great insight into the life of this woman. She was very kind to everybody, she knew what she wanted and how she wanted it, she never wanted to be alone, she never wanted to be ashamed, she was very happy and happy and happy and happy. I think the people in this film were very well chosen, they were very friendly and nice to her, and this is one of the things that makes her so good at what she does. If you are interested in what she does, or if you are interested in the sex industry, you should definitely see this film.

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Jacob

I was very interested in this movie because I am a fan of Agustin Lopez. I'm also a former producer of the "Pacta de la Energie" (the Pact of the Energetic), a movie which Agustin Lopez co-wrote and directed. I also worked on the screenplay of the movie. I was very impressed with the documentary, and I really liked the actors' performance. I have seen Agustin Lopez before, but I never really saw him perform in a movie. This is one of his first performances. I think the movie is very good. It is very interesting to see his life from the perspective of the former producer of Pact of the Energetic. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is a fan of Agustin Lopez. I recommend this movie to all the people who enjoy documentaries. This movie is a must-see!

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Russell Rice

I was a little apprehensive going into this documentary, as it was released under the title "Guerra del cielo." The title was a little misleading as the movie is about the military, but I am glad that they chose to go with that title. I was very impressed with the way the film was filmed. The attention to detail was incredible. It is very hard to find a movie that covers the Mexican drug cartels in a realistic manner. The way the movie was filmed was very realistic and the camera was very steady. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the topic of the drug cartels and the history of the Mexican drug cartels.

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Marilyn

This documentary follows the daily life of a couple of small-time Mexican citizens living in the heart of the country. At first glance, you might expect that they have a great life, and that the main problem is that they can't afford to live there. But that's not true, they have a great life, and are able to live with their friends and relatives. In fact, they are the epitome of what it is like to live in a small town in the south of Mexico. The director, Diego Gonzalez, and his wife, Maria de la Cruz, do a very good job of giving the viewer an insight into what life is like in a small town in Mexico. They talk about the difficulties that they have in maintaining a relationship with their own family. They are also very interested in discussing the reasons why small-town life in Mexico is so different than that in the big cities. They even talk about the differences between the two worlds. I really enjoyed watching this documentary. It is very interesting and tells a great story. It is great to hear the views of the two men and the people in the town. It is also interesting to see how they see the way things are in their small town, which they have come to love. The director is also very interested in the fact that there are two distinct cultures in the town. This documentary is not just about the people, it is about the town itself. This is a good documentary, I think.

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Ashley C.

In Mexico, the only hope for women to have a voice is through abortion. That's why the film opens with an interview with a doctor who says that a woman's only way to get an abortion is through the Mexican medical system. This doctor, Alejandra Pineda, works in a clinic that helps women get an abortion. But as soon as she says that, her work becomes a fight against the government. Pineda says that the government is trying to force her to perform abortions but she doesn't want to do it. This is not a happy film. Pineda's work is hard and she feels isolated. She has been married for years and has had two children. She feels guilty because she has a husband who supports her work. But she is getting tired of the feeling that the government is trying to force her to do abortions. But when a government official tells her that she will have to perform an abortion if she wants to stay in her job, she feels that she has to do it. She has to have an abortion, but the government won't give her the money. She is a fighter. She gets in touch with a Catholic priest who agrees to help her and he also gives her a phone number. She calls the number and a voice-mail message is sent to her. But there's a lot of language in the message and Pineda's efforts to help her are not easy. She's given a little more than she can handle. But she gets through it and comes out the other end very happy. I like this film because it shows a different side of Mexico. I like it because it's a story of a woman who is doing her best to give women a voice. I also like it because the film doesn't paint a rosy picture of Mexico. I like it because it doesn't glorify abortion. I like it because it's a story about a woman who is determined to help other women. And I like it because I like Alejandra Pineda and I like the way the film ends.